A study in the journal Appetite says getting consumers to eat a more plant-based diet requires challenging existing meal formats, including putting lentils with meat in food groupings. The Dutch researchers said incremental changes could start with a move toward vegetarian meals using fish, eggs and cheese instead of meats, followed by combining unfamiliar and familiar foods, such as putting insect protein in processed foods, and reducing meat portions.
Study suggests ways to move to plant-based diets
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